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Here are Pro Wrestling’s 25 Greatest Magazine Covers of All Time, from No. 25 to No. 1.

25.) WWE Magazine, Feat. Bret Hart & Diesel (December 1995)

This cover showcased one of Bret Hart’s toughest challengers in his career, “Big Daddy Cool” Diesel.

24.) WCW Magazine, Feat. Sting (August 1997)

This cover could be described as more of a statement, than a simple picture.

23.) WWE Magazine, Feat. The Ultimate Warrior (November 1988)

The Ultimate Warrior will always be remembered as one of the most “Unique” WWE Superstars in history.

22.) WWE Magazine, Feat. The Undertaker (June 1997)

At WrestleMania XXIII Taker defeated Sycho Sid to capture his second WWE Title and the WWE Universe witnessed in awe the power of The Undertaker.

21.) WWE Magazine, Feat. Randy Savage (Feb & Mar 1988)

This cover featured one of the greatest performers of all time: Randy “Macho Man” Savage.

20.) PWI, Feat. Randy Savage & Ric Flair (January 1993)

Savage is shown unconscious, and Flair as “The Dirtiest Player in the Game” has a smirk that only he could pull off.  This rivalry would be remembered as one of the greatest in WWE history.

19.) WWE RAW Magazine, Feat. Vince McMahon & Steve Austin (Holiday 2002)

This cover was number two of four special commemorative covers celebrating the 10th Anniversary of WWE RAW.

18.) WWE Magazine, Feat. Davey Boy Smith & Matilda (August 1991)

This cover was simple but it made a statement about “The British Bulldog” Davey Boy Smith.  That statement was: “Power”.

17.) WWE Magazine, Feat. Ted Dibiase & Virgil (January 1988)

This cover featured “The Million Dollar Man” Ted Dibiase and his “Bodyguard” Virgil.

16.) WCW Magazine, Feat. Sting (January 1992)

This cover captured the popularity of Sting perfectly.  He was the WCW United States Champion at the time, and a fan favourite.

15.) WWE Magazine, Feat. The Undertaker (May 1991)

With his classic dark clothing and trademark hat, The Undertaker was and still is one of the most feared men in the WWE.

14.) WWE RAW Magazine, Feat. The Rock & Triple H (Holiday 2002)

It featured a classic rivalry between The Rock and Triple H, two of the greatest WWE Superstars of all time.

13.) WWE Magazine, Feat. Hulk Hogan (September 1990)

With his 24 inch “Pythons” and the backing of his little “Hulksters”, Hulk Hogan was an unstoppable force in the WWE.

12.) WWE Magazine, Feat. The Rockers (March 1991)

This cover featured one of the greatest, and most underrated tag teams in the WWE—the Rockers.

11.) WWE RAW Magazine, Feat. Bret Hart & Shawn Michaels (Holiday 2002)

This cover was number one of four special commemorative covers, celebrating the 10th Anniversary of WWE RAW.

10.) WWE Magazine, Feat. Bret Hart (August 1988)

This cover showed a rising star in the WWE and that star was Bret “The Hitman” Hart.

9.) WWE Magazine, Feat. The Ultimate Warrior (June 1990)

This cover truly captured The Ultimate Warrior’s climatic victory over Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania VI.

8.) WWE Magazine, Feat. The Rock (July 1999)

This cover invited the reader to come to one destination—to the corner of Know Your Role Boulevard and Jabroni Drive, the address of The Smackdown Hotel.

7.) WWE RAW Magazine, Feat. Mankind & the Undertaker (Holiday 2002)

This cover was number three of four special commemorative covers celebrating the 10th Anniversary of WWE RAW.

6.) WWE Magazine, Feat. Shawn Michaels, Steve Austin & Mike Tyson (April 1998)

Their destination was WrestleMania XIV, for the WWE Championship.  Throw “The Baddest Man on the Planet” Mike Tyson into the mix and it made for a very volatile and dangerous triangle.  This match went down as one of the greatest in WrestleMania history.

5.) WWE Magazine, Feat. Hulk Hogan & Andre the Giant (April & May 1987)

This cover brought the reader into one of the greatest showdowns in WrestleMania History.

4.) WWE Magazine, Feat. Shawn Michaels (December 1992)

This cover showcased an arrogant upstart that was destined to become a legend in the WWE—that upstart was Shawn Michaels.

3.) PWI, Feat. Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage (August 1988)

This cover featured one of the most dominant tag teams in the WWE. The Megapowers: Hulk Hogan and Randy “Macho Man” Savage.

2.) WWE RAW Magazine, Feat. Degeneration X (February 1998)

This cover was a true testament to the recklessness of Degeneration X—Shawn Michaels, Chyna and Triple H.

1.) PWI, Feat. Ric Flair (April 1984)

This cover showcased “The Dirtiest Player in the Game”, the “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, holding the famed “10 lbs of Gold” the NWA World Heavyweight Title.

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